Singapore launches largest freshwater marshland

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  • Tuesday, 02 Feb 2016

SINGAPORE: The republic might be in the midst of the bird migratory season but bird watchers here have another reason to rejoice.

The Kranji Marshes in north-western Singapore, where at least 170 species of birds have been recorded, was officially launched by the Urban Redevelopment Authority and the National Parks Board (NParks) yesterday.

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